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Accountants Training

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On-demand, Face-to-face workshops, Webinars, and In-house.

FASEA Exam Prep Workshop

FASEA Exam Prep Workshop

Planning to do the FASEA exam? You need this workshop. 

All the exam subjects in one day, explained through case studies and examples, and supported by detailed notes and workbook for your study.   Workshops on now to get your ready for the September & December exams.

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Tax & Business Services Intermediate II

Tax & Business Services Intermediate II Workshop

Move beyond the fundamentals of compliance work - working with trusts, SBEs vs BREs, related party loans, & rental property issues. Starts November

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SMSF Audit & Compliance Workshop

A practical workshop to show you how to work through 2019 audits, the current issues and how to respond, and the implications of recent and emerging changes on you, your practice, and your clients. Starts October.

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Whitepaper The FASEA Exam: What we know so far

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Download The FASEA Exam: What we know so far

The FASEA exam explained - what you need to do, what you need to know, and approaches to take.

If you need to sit the FASEA exam or are contemplating sitting the exam, this guide will help you understand the requirements, outline what you can expect, and focus your study on what’s important.

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Accountants Knowledge

October 2019 Tax Round Up - SG amnesty resurrected

A huge month with a raft of superannuation changes including the resurrection of the SG amnesty, and a Bill enacting a series of 2018-19 Budget announcements.

In addition, two new determinations from the ATO will be a concern to any clients that are non-resident beneficiaries of Australian discretionary trusts. The ATO's view is that non-resident beneficiaries can be taxed in Australia on gains relating to foreign assets, which would not have been taxed had they been made by the beneficiary directly.

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October 2019 Tax Round Up